Trillium School Garden Survey
The Trillium School Garden Initiative began in 2007, in order to retrofit the new building to accommodate a garden. Trillium partnered with Edible Skylines to apply and secure an Ecoroof Incentives grant through Bureau of Environmental Services (BES). It was Portland’s first urban rooftop garden on top of a school, growing produce for the school’s scratch kitchen. For several years, AmeriCorps Garden Coordinators held garden class for all K-5 students, and elective Upper School students. In 2017, the grant cycle ended, and we sought new leadership and program structure for the garden. Stepping into this role, for the 2017-2018 school year, is 11th grade student, Maia McGaw. Help her gain insights into the factors that helped the garden to function effectively in the past, how future resources should be utilized, and what garden programming the community is interested in; by completing the following survey.
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What experience have you had with the Trillium rooftop garden?
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What purpose do you want to see the Trillium rooftop garden serve in 2018?
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Which of the following activities would you be interested in seeing funds go towards?
Which of the following activities would you be interested in supporting through volunteering?
Please indicate how frequently you would be interested in volunteering.
Please indicate what time of day best fits your availability.
Would you be interested in signing up your student for a garden camp that would happen during the summer?
Would you be interested in participating in a community meeting to discuss the future of the Trillium School Garden?
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